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Brandon Tucker, former U.S. Army Ranger from Columbus, Ga., completes his fourth muscle up during his attempt to complete the most in 24 hours for the Guinness Book of World Records at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022.

Brandon Tucker, former U.S. Army Ranger from Columbus, Ga., completes his fourth muscle up during his attempt to complete the most in 24 hours for the Guinness Book of World Records at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022. (Alie Skowronski, The Columbus Dispatch/TNS)

(Tribune News Service) — Brandon Tucker has broken another Guinness World Record.

The former U.S. Army Ranger did 1,300 muscle-ups in 24 hours, according to UPI. The feat was performed at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus, Ohio.

The previous record for the upper-body exercise involving a pull-up followed by a dip was 1,256 reps, set by Alejandro Soler Tari of Spain in October.

Tucker's record attempt raised money for Warriors Heart, a Texas-based addiction and PTSD treatment center for active duty military, veterans and first responders.

In 2019, the Ledger-Enquirer reported Tucker broke the Guinness World Record for the most pull-ups in a 24-hour period. Tucker, then 29, finished with 7,715 pull-ups, The previous record was 7,600.

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer staff writer Nick Wooten contributed to this report.

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